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Abdul’s Encounter with the Islamic Ghoul

Abdul Lateef scanned the desert, looking for the ghoul; the demon devoured his wife, Wabuj. Shaitan’s daughter who ate his only son, Luqman for whom he had such high hopes. Now his hope rest in the scimitar that hung at

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An Affair With a Wendigo Ends With a Surprising Twist!

“You’re making the right decision,” her mother told her. She rocked in her chair beside the fireplace, knitting a shawl for Rebecca. Rebecca didn’t want a shawl, and she didn’t want to be making the right decision either. What she

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An Abused Woman Seeks Help From The Wild Hunt But Meets The Witch Baba Yaga Instead, What Happens Next Will Blow Your Mind!

A NEW LIFE High above the snowcapped evergreens, the wild hunt howled like a wind from hell. Alicia stood amidst the forest, gazing up at the ghostly sight. The dead barreled through the skies, their chargers thundering through the heavens

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The Witches of East End

Recently I’ve started (and stopped) reading several books. I feel less guilty for having bought them at Half-Price Books, at least I’m not losing out on a ton of money. The most disappointing one is The Witches of East End.

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In modern times a ghoul can be either an undead monster or a spirit that feasts on human flesh and typically lurks around graveyards. It has its roots in Arabian lore, and it’s thought that the first mention of a

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Baba Yaga the Slavic Hag

I absolutely love Baba Yaga, so much that I wrote her into my Revenant Wyrd Saga as a hag that was thought to be evil, but was really helpful. Without her, I don’t think my characters would have stood a

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Keeping Christ in Christmas and the War on Christmas

So I don’t normally post stuff like this on my blog because I try not to get into religion or politics or anything of the sort. I like to think this is a place where you can come and be

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Legend of Dragons

So a couple weeks ago (I know, I’m a terrible person!) you voted to hear about dragons. After waiting so very long, I’ve done the research, and here is the article! Unless you’re talking about the rather unimpressive looking komodo,

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The Blue Planet Project

When you hear the name Blue Planet Project, you may think it has something to do with the environment, right? Well, that’s where you’d be wrong. The Blue Planet Project is really the result of a number of scientists who

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Paper Magician Review

I wanted to love Paper Magician, but I just couldn’t. When it started, I loved the concept, I liked the characters, I loved the magic. It seemed good at first, and then awesome. . .and then I put the book

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